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  Reply # 97918 2-Dec-2007 19:07
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AllNightNerding: I have a domain network for our house which had all the computers connected to it.

our main problem is (there are many) is that we need to be able to use Microsoft Outlook from any computer in the house with all the emails of that person automatically loaded in.

so that basically anyone can loginto there user on any pc and have there emails on Microsoft Outlook.

Just wondering what would be the best way to do this.


I use Mercury Mail - a free (for non-commercial use) mail server, perfect for home use. Made in New Zealand. Access from Outlook using IMAP to access from any PC. Also use Squirrelmail for webmail if you run your own webserver and PHP.


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  Reply # 97927 2-Dec-2007 19:48
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I think basically our only option is to go with Exchange server 2003 as i believe that exchange 07 will only work on a 64 bit server. and have that running 24/7. which hopefully wont be a problem. so long as xnet remains good in there service to us which hasnt beent hat great recently.

hopefully this will work out smooth.....

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